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By 1927, Henry Ford's first moving assembly line had produced _______________automobiles. a. 15,000 c. 1,500,000 b. 150,000 d. 15,000,000
Weegy: By 1927, Henry Ford's first moving assembly line had produced 15,000,000 automobiles. The answer is d. 15,000,000. User: Ford did not invent the assembly line, but he a. shortened it. b. made it more efficient. c. sold it to consumers. d. gave it a new name. Weegy: Ford did not invent the assembly line, but he made it more efficient. User: Advertisements in the 1920s changed from an emphasis on quality to an emphasis on a. consumer image. b. quantity. c. product location. d. production. Weegy: Advertisements in the 1920s changed from an emphasis on quality to an emphasis on CONSUMER IMAGE. User: The industry that did the most to boost other industries in the 1920s was a. aviation. b. oil refining. c. automobile making. d. steel production. Weegy: The industry that did the most to boost other industries in the 1920s was c. [ automobile making ] User: Henry Fords dream was to sell cars that a. came in many colors. b. could travel 100 miles per hour. c. ordinary people could afford. d. would attract wealthy business owners. Weegy: Henry Fords dream was to sell cars that c. ordinary people could afford. (More)
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Which of the following events did not result from at least one of the Crusades? a. The Muslims captured Acre. c. The Crusaders captured Antioch. b. King Louis VII and King Conrad III captured Damascus. d. Saladin retained control of Jerusalem.
Weegy: B. King Louis VII and King Conrad III captured Damascus did not result from at least one of the Crusades. User: The Crusades finally came to an end when Muslims captured the last Christian stronghold of __________________. a. Damascus c. Acre b. Antioch d. Jerusalem Weegy: The Crusades finally came to an end when Muslims captured the last Christian stronghol